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  1. I'm not a fan of the style used. The line weights, although apropos for face cards, are too thin for a sports logo.
  2. The color combo has bad memories connected to it. Just not a fan.
  3. Green and red, followed closely by royal blue and yellow. The first combo because of a lack of contrast, and the 2nd combo due to its association with my childhood.
  4. I wouldn't mind seeing the Pack having an alt that wasn't a throwback. Seems like most fans that are into uniform design think their own team is untouchable and find something to bitch about anyways. As for the color rush, the pant striping is OK by me, since the focus is on monochrome for the jersey, pants and socks. Might as well have that striping match.
  5. FWIW, I thought the Rams looked pretty sharp yesterday. Whatever change they may or may not make, I hope they manage to keep the blue of the helmet and jersey matching.
  6. Wisconsin, like many states, need a flag makeover. Gothamite's design is my favorite shown so far.
  7. It'll be interesting to see what the final outcome will be. If the Chargers relocate, will the league ensure that both clubs have distinctly different colors/look? How much will winning influence if changes are major or minor? Will the new branding be based strictly on owner preference or market research? Speculation is fun, except for waiting out the 3 years to see if predictions come true
  8. Quick question: Do we know the Rams are rebranding or is it just wishful thinking?
  9. And my point about the Niners was that the NFL can and will do anything provided it doesn't screw with vendor schedules. The 5 year rule is solely to accommodate merchandising providers and the investment in inventories. If the team becomes a quick winner AND no investment in new inventories is made, a jump in existing merchandising sales could lead to a change of heart about rebranding, much like the Niners god-awful one-day logo.
  10. Why? It proves that just because you design it doesn't mean you necessarily move forward with it. The timetable set up is for merchandising. If the LA Rams were a winner while a rebrand was in process and merchandising sales exploded, the team could elect to kill making a change before a new design was released to equipment vendors.
  11. Not sure about that. Since the Niners had given up on their one-day logo, anything is possible.
  12. If the team starts out as a winner this coming season and the next, the colors won't change. I also doubt a straight up switch back to the 70s colors will happen. Just my prediction.
  13. I find the lower jaw on the new logo distracting. It's like kitty got an injection.
  14. But Sandusky's passion for little boys is a close second. Really, you had to go there on such a sad day! They are just countering all the apologist bull you're spewing
  15. Not a word. Common misconception, but 100% untrue. If you start with a logo that isn't yours, it'll never be yours no matter what you do to it. The original story from years ago has been twisted a bit. Gothamite is absolutely correct. If you use a logo as a starting point, no amount of modification will ever make it yours. The "percentage" story was in relation to the comparison of two logos where neither was based off another. It was merely a figure thrown out by either a lawyer or judge (don't remember which) that the similarity couldn't exceed a certain amount. So it was an arbitrary standard used by someone to determine infringement but has no standing beyond that person's judgment.